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Right Legal Group 2023
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Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPA)

Our specialists can explain to you what it means to have Lasting Powers of Attorney and how you can appoint someone to make decisions on your behalf if you were to lose the capacity to do so.

A Regulated Service

Our services are regulated by the SRA (Solicitors Regulation Authority).

Specially Trained Advisors

All of our Legal Advisors are specially trained to the same high standard through our Academy.

Free Initial Meeting

Book a Free, no-obligation Review Meeting with one of our experts to help discover your options.

Clear Advice

We make sure you are informed of all your options, empowering you to make the right choices for yourself.

No hidden costs

If you instruct us for any legal work, you will always be kept informed of the costs.

Free Home Appointments

If getting to us is difficult, we can come to you. We offer a Free Home Visit with every initial review meeting.

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We specialise in Wills, Trusts & Powers of Attorney

Right Legal Group are proud to be one of the leading providers in tailor-made Wills, Probate and Estate Planning services. Through our unique RightWill platform we are able to support individuals and families, with a focus on preserving not only your financial assets but your emotional assets too.

Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPA)

Our specialists can explain to you what it means to have Lasting Powers of Attorney and how you can appoint someone to make decisions on your behalf if you were to lose the capacity to do so.

We see many people who are becoming increasingly concerned and troubled about potentially losing the capacity to be able to deal with their own property and financial affairs or make decisions regarding their health and welfare in the future.

Our Legal Advisors can provide you all the information about Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPA’s).

To find out more please make an enquiry or request a Free Review Meeting.

What is a Lasting Power of Attorney?

A Lasting Power of Attorney is a legally binding document, which enables you to choose a person, or people, that you trust to step into your shoes in the future if you are ever mentally or physically incapable of dealing with your own property and financial affairs or you do not have the mental capacity to make decisions surrounding your health and welfare.

There are two types of LPA:

Health and Welfare LPA

If you have made a Health and Welfare LPA, your attorney will be able to make decisions about, for example, the care and treatment you receive, where you will live and who will visit you. If you do not have an LPA, your loved ones will be left in a difficult position. The relevant authorities will be responsible for making decisions for you, such as medical professionals, care providers and social services.

Property and Financial Affairs LPA

Making a property and financial affairs LPA means that your attorney can make decisions about things such as your bank accounts, mortgage and paying bills.

Without a Lasting Power of Attorney...

  • The State may freeze your assets
  • Your pension may not be accessible
  • Your finances may be frozen

What if I lose mental capacity and I don't have a Power of Attorney?

If you lose the capacity to make your own decisions and you don’t have a valid lasting power of attorney, you will need to apply to the Court of Protection.

The Court of Protection can decide whether you have the mental capacity to make a decision or not.

Tailored advice and guidance

We understand that every situation is unique and different and requires a personal approach. This is why we take the time to sit down with you, get to know more about you and tailor all of our advice and guidance around your personal circumstances.

A compassionate service

None of us like to think about what might happen if we become ill or injured. Discussing the possibility of losing your mental capacity and issues surrounding it, is not an easy topic of conversation. Our specialists can explain to you what it means to have Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPAs) in place and how you can appoint someone to make decisions on your behalf if you were to lose the capacity to do so.

We aim to make this experience as easy, straight forward and compassionate as possible.

Taking the next steps

Our service begins with a Free Review Meeting with one of our specially trained advisors to help you discover your options.

We first give you a call to answer any questions you may have, then arrange a suitable date and time for your free meeting with a legal advisor.

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We just don't know what is around the corner...

We recommend that everyone considers making a Lasting Power of Attorney, no matter their age or state of health. Simply because we just cannot predict what is around the corner and planning for such an eventuality is important.

Making a Lasting Power of Attorney gives you the peace of mind that, should you become ill or injured in the future, your loved ones can deal simply with your affairs.

RightWill is a platform that is changing the way people think about making a Will

Driven by our passion to change the way people think about making a Will, we have created a well-established Will writing platform called ‘RightWill’ that preserves more than just your money.

A RightWill makes sure that every client gets full advice and recommendation from one of our specially trained advisors as well as a platform to record your emotional wishes along with your legal wishes. Upon your death, we want your family to be left with more than just a legal document….we want them to be left with answers and certainty.

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We are fully authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA)

It is important to know that we are authorised and regulated as legal professionals, and that we comply with the rules and those regulations set out by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA).
 
This ensures you are protected by our service and have piece of mind that your will is being written and stored correctly by a company you can trust.

Want to know more about putting Powers of Attorney in place?

Request a Free Review Meeting with one of our specially trained advisors who will help you discover your options.

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